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The d and f-block Elements (12th Grade Chemistry)

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12th Grade Chemistry At the end of this lesson, you will be able to : • Define group 17 elements. • Explain physical and chemical properties of group 17 elements. • Describe halides and oxides of group 17 elements. • Analyze anomalous behaviour of fluorine. • Explain manufacturing and properties of chlorine. • Know about interhalogen compounds. • Define group 18 elements. • Explain physical and chemical properties of group 18 elements.

Self-Study Content
  1. The d and f-block elements: Introduction

    Class-12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block elements: Introduction

  2. The d and f-block Elements: d-Block Elements: Transition Elements

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: d-Block Elements: Transition Elements

  3. The d and f-block Elements: Electronic Configuration

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Electronic Configuration

  4. The d and f-block Elements: Atomic Radii and Ionic Radii

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Atomic Radii and Ionic Radii

  5. The d and f-block Elements: General Characteristics of Transition Metals

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: General Characteristics of Transition Metals

  6. The d and f-block Elements: Ionisation Energy

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Ionisation Energy

  7. The d and f-block Elements: Oxidation States

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Oxidation States

  8. The d and f-block Elements: Standard Electrode Potential

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Standard Electrode Potential

  9. The d and f-block Elements: Reducing Properties

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Reducing Properties

  10. The d and f-block elements: Check Your Understanding-1

    12th Grade Chemistry

  11. The d and f-block Elements: Magnetic Properties

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Magnetic Properties

  12. The d and f-block Elements: Complex Formation

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Complex Formation

  13. The d and f-block Elements: Formation of Coloured Ions

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Formation of Coloured Ions

  14. The d and f-block Elements: Catalytic Properties

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Catalytic Properties

  15. The d and f-block Elements: Formation of Interstitial Compounds

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Formation of Interstitial Compounds

  16. The d and f-block Elements: Alloy Formation

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Alloy Formation

  17. The d and f-block Elements: Some Important Compounds of Transition Elements

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Some Important Compounds of Transition Elements

  18. The d and f-block elements: Check Your Understanding-2

    12th Grade Chemistry

  19. The d and f-block Elements: Potassium Dichromate (K2Cr2O7)

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Potassium Dichromate (K2Cr2O7)

  20. The d and f-block Elements: Properties of Potassium Dichromate

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Properties of Potassium Dichromate

  21. The d and f-block Elements: Interconversion of Chromate into Dichromate

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Interconversion of Chromate into Dichromate

  22. The d and f-block Elements: Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4)

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4)

  23. The d and f-block Elements: Properties of Potassium Permanganate

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Properties of Potassium Permanganate

  24. The d and f-block Elements: Uses of Potassium Permanganate

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Uses of Potassium Permanganate

  25. The d and f-block elements: Check Your Understanding-3

    12th Grade Chemistry

  26. The d and f-block Elements: f-Block Elements: The Inner Transition Elements

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: f-Block Elements: The Inner Transition Elements

  27. The d and f-block Elements: The Lanthanoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: The Lanthanoids

  28. The d and f-block Elements: Physical Properties of Lanthanoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Physical Properties of Lanthanoids

  29. The d and f-block Elements: Chemical Properties of Lanthanoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Chemical Properties of Lanthanoids

  30. The d and f-block Elements: Lanthanoid Contraction

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Lanthanoid Contraction

  31. The d and f-block Elements: Uses of Lanthanoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Uses of Lanthanoids

  32. The d and f-block Elements: The Actinoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: The Actinoids

  33. The d and f-block Elements: Properties of Actinoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Properties of Actinoids

  34. The d and f-block Elements: Oxidation State of Actinoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Oxidation State of Actinoids

  35. The d and f-block Elements: Uses of Actinoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Uses of Actinoids

  36. The d and f-block Elements: Difference between Lanthanoids and Actinoids

    Class 12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block Elements: Difference between Lanthanoids and Actinoids

  37. The d and f-block elements: Check Your Understanding-4

    12th Grade Chemistry

  38. The d and f-block elements: Did You Know?

    Class-12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block elements: Did You Know?

  39. The d and f-block elements: Summary

    Class-12th: Chemistry: The d and f-block elements: Summary

  40. The d and f-block elements: Assessment

    12th Grade Chemistry

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